Alternative Technology Association's review lays a strong business case for residential and commercial users.
CFA Standards reps are helping to shape the future of water saving appliances
More frequent bills help consumers with budget management
Revised water plan welcomed by consumer advocates
John Henry points out flaws in carbon footprints, water footprints etc
CHOICE's 2012 Shonky Awards expose 8 consumer lemons
Consumer advocate groups are urging the Government to reconsider credit reporting reforms to prevent life changing mistakes.
ACCC chairman Rod Sims today outlined the importance of regulators and Ombudsmen working together to identify issues that pose harm to consumers.
Attend a discussion about CUAC’s new report WEIN, PAEN, YA ANG GIM: VICTORIAN ABORIGINAL EXPERIENCES OF ENERGY AND WATER - Monday December 5 at Thornbury, Victoria
The Productivity Commission's report on its Inquiry into Australia’s Urban Water Sector is a mixed bag for water consumers, but it strongly endorses the need for consumer advocacy on water policy and on consumer policy generally.
The Productivity Commission has released the final report on its inquiry into Australia’s urban water sector, proposing profound changes to the way water services are provided in cities and regional towns across Australia. Along the way it restated its support for national funding of a peak consumer advocacy organisation.